Singapore Airlines Announced Up To 15% Discount On International Flights From India, Fares Starting At ₹17,900


Singapore Airlines, the flag carrier airline of Singapore is celebrating the reopening of Indian skies for scheduled international flights by offering discounted fares starting at just ₹17,900 for international travel from India to key destinations across the world including Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the United States.

Singapore Airlines is offering a discount of up to 15% on flight tickets from India. with this all-inclusive round trip tickets to Southeast Asian destinations start at ₹17,900, tickets to Australia start at ₹38,700, and tickets to the United States start at ₹51,400.

Travellers willing to fly from India to Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the United States, any other destinations on the SIA network, will be able to take advantage of these special fares if they booked their tickets between now and 23rd April 2022 for the travel till 30 September 2022.

  • SALE PERIOD: 28 MARCH 2022 to 31 MARCH 2022 (only on
  • SALE PERIOD: 1 APRIL 2022 to 23 APRIL 2022 (on all other channels)
  • TRAVEL PERIOD: 28 MARCH 2022 to 30 SEPTEMBER 2022

Singapore Airlines Special Fares For Australia

The official website of Singapore Airlines is also showing a list of special fares available on various destinations in Australia.


“Rejoice! All fully vaccinated travellers can now enter most Australian cities without quarantine. For more details regarding entry to Australia please visit this page. Visit for holiday inspirations and ideas to help you plan your itinerary. Time to pack your bags and go on your long-awaited trip to Australia!” said Singapore Airlines.

All-inclusive one-way fares from India

DestinationsEconomy Class fromPremium Economy Class fromBusiness Class from
Darwin – DRWINR 21,200INR 42,900INR 66,500
Perth – PERINR 22,100INR 42,900INR 66,500
Cairns – CNSINR 23,200INR 42,900INR 66,500
Brisbane – BNEINR 26,400INR 42,000INR 83,200
Melbourne – MELINR 26,400INR 43,800INR 83,200
Adelaide – ADLINR 27,300INR 42,700INR 83,200
Sydney – SYDINR 28,200INR 45,600INR 84,900

All-inclusive return fares from India

DestinationsEconomy Class fromPremium Economy Class fromBusiness Class from
Darwin – DRWINR 38,700INR 74,900INR 114,100
Perth PERINR 40,200INR 78,200INR 114,200
Cairns – CNSINR 42,100INR 74,900INR 114,100
Melbourne – MELINR 48,300INR 77,600INR 143,000
Adelaide – ADLINR 48,300INR 74,200INR 142,000
Sydney – SYDINR 50,500INR 79,500INR 144,900
Brisbane – BNEINR 51,900INR 77,300INR 146,700

Complimentary Rebooking

Apart from the discounted fare, the airline is also offering complimentary rebooking for all tickets issued up to 31 May 2022. If you have a ticket issued on or before 31 May 2022, you can now rebook your flight without a fee and may transfer your purchased additional baggage or seats, if any, to the new flights. Purchased add-on deals i.e., seats with additional baggage, will be refunded.

With complimentary rebooking, you can:

  • make unlimited changes to your booking on or before 31 May 2022; and
  • make one additional change after 31 May 2022.

All booking change fees will be waived if your ticket is eligible for complimentary rebooking. All you have to do is pay the fare difference if any.


A statement released by the Airlines read:

“To cater to the increased demand from India, SIA has not only resumed its A380 operations from Mumbai this month but will also launch the new A380 product from Delhi in April 2022. Furthermore, Indian travellers transiting through Singapore Changi Airport will have the chance to rediscover the magic of the world’s favourite and most-awarded international airport, including the iconic Jewel at Changi.”

Sy Yen Chen, General Manager (India) for Singapore Airlines, said:

“The resumption of scheduled commercial international passenger services from India is a very big development for us as it opens up our entire global network to Indian travellers after a two-year hiatus. We continue to see strong demand from India and are optimistic that this move will inspire even more confidence for international travel to and from India.”


“These special fares are our way of celebrating the occasion while simultaneously offering our customers the impetus to plan their long-awaited overseas holidays in the coming months. In fact, Changi Airport’s exciting attractions and seamless transit experience also make it a favoured hub for our connecting passengers from India.”

Notably, Singapore Airlines now runs 65 flights weekly from eight Indian destinations and will gradually increase its frequency to pre-COVID-19 levels in the coming months.

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Manish Khandelwal
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